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Dr. Masselli Earns Global Vision Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. John Masselli, Haskell Taylor Professor of Taxation, was honored with the Global Vision Lifetime Achievement Award by the Office of International Affairs for his continuous contributions to the internationalization of Texas Tech and his efforts in promoting international scholarship and teaching. Dr. Masselli was presented the award by President M. Duane Nellis and Provost […]

Rawls College Offers Human Resource Management Concentration

Employment opportunities for all human resources positions are expected to grow much faster than average in the coming years. With an aging workforce, globalization and evolving technology, more companies and nonprofits are turning to HR managers who can help them think strategically about their recruiting, hiring, training, and retention practices. In addition to the growing […]

RBLP Hosted Non-Profit Panel

The Rawls Business Leadership Program launched its inaugural Non-Profit Leadership Panel on Friday, April 17, and welcomed leaders from several non-profit organizations in Lubbock to speak with students about how leadership and business applies to the non-profit sector. This semester’s panelists were: Les Burrus, Director, Link Ministries/Tent City Eddie McBride, Chief Executive Officer, Lubbock Chamber […]

Two Rawls Students Named President’s Select Outstanding Seniors

Rawls students Sagar Parikh and Maggie McCormick were each honored with the Outstanding Senior Award by President’s Select, an organization of student ambassadors which serves Texas Tech through the Office of the President, Office of Admissions and Texas Tech Athletics. Each year, one graduating senior, who has been a part of President’s Select since freshman […]

Finance Student Olzhas Alexandrov Presents Research at International Conference

Olzhas “Alex” Alexandrov, a junior Finance major from the Republic of Kazakhstan and current member of the Texas Tech Chess team, is presenting his research titled, “Financial Processes: The Complete Automation,” at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) in the United Kingdom today. The two-day conference is held at the University of Central Lancashire […]

Rawls Team Wins NAIOP Real Estate Case Competition

A team of master’s students from the Rawls College of Business won the North Texas Chapter of NAIOP 10th Annual Case Competition in Dallas last week. Representing the Rawls College were Matthew Blake (Master of Architecture), Luke Goebel (M.S.B.A. with a concentration in Finance), Nina Winklerova (MBA), Sumer Miller (MBA) and Christina Stancu (MBA). The […]

Wiley Guy Honored as Staff Employee of the Quarter

Wiley Guy, who serves as a Unit Coordinator for Recruitment and Retention at the Rawls College of Business, has been awarded the Rawls College Staff Employee of the Quarter. Wiley joined the Rawls College in August 2013. He is currently enrolled in the MBA program and will graduate this August. Wiley’s role in Undergraduate Services […]

Dr. William Gardner Named Integrated Scholar

Dr. William Gardner, Professor in the Area of Management and Director of the Institute for Leadership Research, was recently inducted into the sixth class of Texas Tech Integrated Scholars. The Office of the Provost conducted a question-and-answer session with Dr. William Gardner, which further details his academic achievements and justification as to why he received […]

Rawls Alumnus Vic Keller Shows Entrepreneurial Success

This story was provided by George Watson, senior editor for the Texas Tech University Office of Communications and Marketing. Keller Turns Drive, Lessons Learned at Texas Tech into Business Success The graduate of the business school has donated sponsorship of a Sprint Cup car at the Duck Commander 500 to his alma mater. Vic Keller […]

Rawls College Placement above 90 Percent for December 2014 Graduates

The Rawls College of Business placement rates for December 2014 have eclipsed 90 percent for both undergraduate and graduate students, marking the first time the college has reached that milestone for its undergraduates. The placement statistics, provided by the Rawls Career Management Center (CMC), show that recently graduated undergraduate and graduate students achieved a 90.7 […]